To mark World Teachers’ Day on October 30, we caught up with Special Needs Teacher, Andy, to find out about his typical day at the RCH and how the RCH Education Institute team has responded and adapted to the many challenges this year has presented.
This week is Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) Awareness Week – a week dedicated to raising awareness, creating hope, and promoting the need for a cure on behalf of those living with EB.
Tropical skin diseases and common skin conditions like scabies could be a feature of the past. At least, that’s what Paediatrician Daniel Engelman is hoping to achieve with his Churchill Fellowship.
Today marks Intersex Awareness Day! Intersex is a normal part of human diversity and The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) is proud to support intersex patients and the intersex community.
Australian children with some of the most rare and complex health conditions are set to benefit from the RCH’s new specialist Colorectal and Pelvic Reconstruction Service established this year to simplify and streamline care for patients and their families.
Congratulation to Paediatrician Margie Danchin, who was recently awarded The Bob and June Prickett Churchill Fellowship to optimise COVID-19 and routine vaccine acceptance and uptake.
October 16, 2020
Today, we’re launching a new series called #ChampionsForChildren, which highlights the diverse work of staff across the hospital and the often life-changing impact it has on our patients, families and community. To start our new series off, we sit down with Registered Psychiatric Nurse Sam Gronow to talk to us about mental health.
Introducing Baby Chat! The Royal Children’s Hospital’s (RCH) newest virtual health program helping our smallest patients to feel at home and hear the voices of their parents and siblings, while being cared for in our Newborn Intensive Care Unit.
Congratulations to Angela Morgan, Professor of Speech Pathology and Co-Director of the Speech Genetics Clinic at the RCH, who has recently been awarded the Sir William Kilpatrick Churchill Fellowship to develop a best practice approach to treating child speech disorders across Australia.